Happiness comes from living by fundamental values. . . . using those values to create
emotional and spiritual depth in your life, increasing intimacy in your love relationships.



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The author proposes that the healing power in all forms of psychotherapy flows from the fundamental values that are communicated by the therapist to the client. He sees this relationship, when it becomes therapeutically effective, as essentially a spiritual connection between the therapist and the client.

This book is a unique integration of spirituality and various systems of psychotherapy based on the common values imbedded in those systems. The focus on values shifts emphasis away from theoretical structures and technical procedures to the healing power of the emotional/spiritual communication within the therapeutic process. There is a growing awareness, even in the medical community, of the importance of the spiritual dimension as a healing force in psychotherapy and as a reality in life in general.

As stated in the forward by Dr. John Hinkle, Ph.D., on the faculty of Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, "In an era when mental health professionals, among others, are becoming aware of the necessity for a re-examination of the topic of spirituality and values, this book will be of great interest to all who seek to be both informed and reflective with regard to the fundamentals of psychotherapy, healing, and spirituality, that is, growth in the context of wholeness.

"The actual or potential client, the student-in-training, the professional therapist, the practical theologian, the clinical supervisor, the teacher; each will be interested in the material presented in this book. The book should be required reading in all programs of counselor training, regardless of profession or specialization."

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